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    I have an interview coming up next week for UAL in London, they have asked me to bring along with me what I would regard as the best piece of journalism in my opinion. I don't know whether to play it more safe and go for something off the Guardian, or go for Fear and Loathing, which is getting less and less regarded as journalism and more as literature. Please help - it's next week and I'm panicking.

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    (Original post by meganlily)
    I have an interview coming up next week for UAL in London, they have asked me to bring along with me what I would regard as the best piece of journalism in my opinion. I don't know whether to play it more safe and go for something off the Guardian, or go for Fear and Loathing, which is getting less and less regarded as journalism and more as literature. Please help - it's next week and I'm panicking.

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    It's the kind of decision you need to make yourself as a budding journalist. In any case, the interviewers are probably more interested in how you justify your decision than the piece itself.

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